March 23, 2001
||Future doctors meet their match
[Times photo: John Pendygraft]
USF medical students learn where they will spend the next three to six years in training, or residency. An elated 60 percent got their first choice.
Different in every way but the poll numbers
Good to see you, Rick Baker says to Kathleen Ford, taking her hand and giving her a wink with his right eye, which only she (and me, peeking over her shoulder) can see. A wink! I am thinking at that moment, (1) do I remember him ever winking at anyone else? and (2) do I remember anybody else ever winking at her?
Rivals dispute Olympics figures
Organizers trying to bring the 2012 Games to Tampa say they would bring in a $670-million surplus.
Tampa Bay briefs
Enraged man attempts to burn house, woman
Another twist in Schiavo case
They have another month to try to prevent their son-in-law from removing their daughter's feeding tube.
South Pinellas headlines
Maid arrested in eBay scheme
Ford, Baker hone final messages
District 4 candidates spar over experience
History of housing complex unfinished
Williams tepidly backs Baker in mayoral race
North Pinellas headlines
Long Center to test playground
Commissioners start off light
Show spotlights 12 class acts
City to judge troubled residence
Police target underage drinking
Couple cry foul on park promises
North Pinellas digest
Tarpon faces recount after missing ballots found
Park's tenants brace for possible move
Leaders put focus on vision for future
Dunedin's reneged promise to VFW dishonors vets
Car hits, injures 5-year-old boy in Clearwater
North Pinellas briefs
Bruckner, Liberty Ladies enjoy perfect finishes
'Yankees' is coming
Health care provider closing Pasco office
Benches, parking planned at trail
City leans toward tougher tree rules
Challenge of dual cultural identity explored
Rolling to an understanding
Floyd Kelly, 54, coach and assistant principal
News of Florida
Senators propose to raid a fund that purchases wild Florida lands
Everglades restoration lags behind schedule
'My son is not coming back'
Florida's HMO appeals board is rarely used
Senate okays adoption changes
University job search bill would punish loose lips
Autopsy photo bill quickly passed by House
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